Partnership/Request to Parents


    At Samriddhi School, we believe that there are three pillars that ensure scholastic success: the student, the school and the parent. Our relationship with parents is crucial to the success of our students.Therefore, we consider parents as partners, giving importance to their involvement in the school’s educational process.
    Regular and meaningful communication between the school and home is considered necessary and encouraged. A variety of opportunities are provided for close interaction with parents.

    They are:

    • Parent Orientation at the commencement of an academic year
    • Open House days to discuss student progress and areas of mutual concern and interest
    • Regular communication through the Student Diary and School Apps
    • Periodic circulars


    In order to ensure all that is best in the education of the students, the maximum co-operation between parents and school authorities is necessary. We earnestly recommend that parents/guardians look into their children’s school diary every day (or check the information on your mobile phone or computer) and see to it that the lessons and homework assigned for the next day are done. Children should be encouraged to cultivate the habits of neatness and punctuality. Remarks made in the diary should be seen and counter signed regularly.
    If you feel that your ward does not make the desired progress, the Principal/ Coordinators should be contacted. Criticism of the teachers in the presence of the students should be thoughtfully avoided since it causes children to lose their respect for the teachers, with the consequent failure to learn from them. Should you have any complaint or concern, please meet the Principal/ Coordinators.

    As your child advances in age, please guide him/her to become a resourceful and useful member of home and community. Encourage self-help for work and study. They should be taught to keep their rooms tidy, make their own beds, polish their shoes, carry their own bags, etc. The formation of such habits early in life inculcates the idea of the dignity of labor, a basic human virtue necessary for a successful career in life.

    Requests to withdraw your ward from classes to participate in social functions is not entertained. As the medium of instruction is English, children should be helped to follow their classes easily and intelligently by a certain amount of regular English conversation at home.